How our family moved to France, cured picky eating, banned snacking and discovered 10 simple rules for raising happy, healthy eaters
Vi har en dotter i Frankrike och har gjort liknande iakttagelser, intressant och kul att att läsa. Bra bok som beskriver kulturskillnader värda att notera och diskutera.
Humorous as well as instructive, this culinary adventure will change the lives of parents and children alike . . . Karen Le billon and her children learn that it's okay to feel hungry between meals, turn to mindful eating, and learn the importance of enjoying one's food. -- Patricia Wells, author of The Provence Cookbook This book is not only about how to teach children (and yourself) to eat well and happily for life, it's a book about how to help build and maintain the foundations of any civilized society. I loved it. Essential reading, whether you have children or not. -- Laura Calder, author of Dinner Chez Moi and host of French Food at Home A wonderful - and important - book. One family's topsy-turvy culinary transformation becomes an in-depth exploration of the habits that have kept French kids loving food (and eating spinach) for centuries. -- Elizabeth Bard, author of Lunch in Paris
Karen Bakker Le Billon is a professor at the University of British Columbia, and was named one of Canada's Top 40 Under 40 in 2011. A Rhodes Scholar with a PhD from Oxford, she has published three scholarly books. For the past decade, she and her family have divided their time between Canada and France.